This year, Computer Weekly launches Best Places to Work in IT 2003. Our aim is to showcase the UK’s best employers of IT professionals, and highlight employment best practice for other IT departments to follow.
Over the coming months, we will identify 100 companies and public sector bodies, large and small, across 10 industry sector categories, that are shining examples of how to attract, retain, motivate and empower your IT team.
Successful companies can expect to gain an enhanced reputation in the IT recruitment marketplace, and receive substantial publicity and visibility, enabling them to attract more and better-qualified candidates. Success in the survey will also create a feel-good factor among existing employees.
How will the survey work?
To nominate your department, simply fill in our simple registration form. All IT professionals are welcome to register, from junior programmers to board-level department heads.
In early summer, we will contact your department head with an initial questionnaire. Later in the year, we will canvass opinion from employees of short listed IT departments. Finally, our expert panel will choose the UK’s best places to work in IT.
Do you work within a trailblazing IT department? If so, we want to give it the recognition it deserves. To register your department, simply click here before the closing date of 23 May.
The Judging Panel
The members of the judging panel for Best Places to Work in IT, 2003 combine the very best of business, IT and employment expertise.
Computer Weekly - the UK’s top IT publication and the world’s first IT weekly
Personnel Today - the UK’s only weekly news magazine for human resources and training professionals.
Cranfield School of Management - one of the world’s leading university business schools, renowned for its strong links with industry and business.
Federation of Small Businesses - the leading lobby organisation representing small firms.
Investors in People UK - the national Standard, which sets good practice for training and development of people to achieve business goals.
British Computer Society - the representative body for the IT profession.
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development - the professional body for those specialising in the management and development of people.
DLA - One of the UK’s top 10 law firms, DLA is a leading advisor to industry on technology and employment law.
E-Skills UK - The industry body responsible for articulating and acting on the IT skills needs of UK employers.
Work Foundation - The Work Foundation is a unique research consultancy that works to improve the quality and productivity of working life in the UK.